Officials in Iceland drafted a proposal that would do away with pornography in the country.
Nokia 301 may be a perfect phone for the younger market, at a price range that fits any budget.
When Barnes & Noble reports its third-quarter numbers on Thursday, Feb. 28, a shift away from Nook may be announced.
Mozilla's Firefox OS phones to arrive in U.S. in 2014
Researchers from MIT now believe that human language may have first come from the songs of birds.
Pope Benedict XVI will use his twitter account one more time before closing the account, suggests Vatican Radio.
Google is reportedly in negotiations for music licensing in a vie to create a music streaming service a la Spotify.
Cambridge Police determined a sighting of a gunman with a 'long rifle' and 'body armor' at MIT was 'unfounded.'
The EU has granted funding to a research project that will help determine how humans and robots may coexist in the future.
Recent studies and surveys in the Nordic region show that babies might sleep better in temperatures as low as -30C.
Governor signs legislation Feb. 21 as emergency measure
With Megan Fox brought 'back into the family' for Michael Bay's upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, fanboys are taking to the Web with reactions.
Scientists at University College of London may have developed a new crash-free computer, but some believe the idea is 'rubbish'
The president of France decrees that, by 2023, every household in France will be equipped with highspeed broadband.
For the first time in 55 years of being the industry standard for measuring number one hits, Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 chart will include YouTube plays as part of its formula, naming 'Harlem Shake' the top hit for the week ending on March 2, 2013.